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Mount Vernon signal: August 2, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912080201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 2, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V v J- - aiiffttiffirri&ifvtfai Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. &mm MT. VERNON, i V Immit COUNTY, .-- iAwLT ,' i ' . . - -- . . t- uimiL . - . . "V --Ia..v iHMH&yilH A ,?. Established ' 1887 s i & ROCKCASTLE KYM FRIDAY , AUGUST 2, 1912. NUMBER 44 "r ' ! 5 !!!. III!: J,rj;jrJJI!J;JIT;iJJt;t;i;j;jjj;j;;; . ....;. 3XIS o.. e 6q. o REM ; EIV ' Li PER .... . 11 S 55 S5 . s5SISSStil JSZSlsrf rSls$rXr5rrzi5SJI,-. ... i...3..i..Il 4 ta & V a o. sea.. .. o. (.. C6. Co.. . . . eo.. (! C.. Si 0(fc.... & tlbo.. Cos cv.. . .. .. AT MT. VERNON, KY. Everything is Ready for the Biggest and Best Fair Ever Held in Rockcastle raaMiiiii'iMt'''''iff,g:I?'g!r(gB'''''J"''''''"yTW and Horn WELCOME iS ig If -- FAIR WEEK e-Cozxiix- Week Qo. mmuiuiiummnimmmmmmininmininmmfflmmminmmmmm ...' ASS.. (jew.. CCA" e jg e ALL FIN ISH ING TOUCHES MADE uitiiiiniUiiiiHiiiiiimiuiuiuiuiiuiuiiiiisiimiiiiuiiuautm.iiiiiaiiuiaii ctfflifiBBfc. f? njK : :r-- 4vvw FINE STOCK EXHIBIT uiaiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiaiiiuitiiuiuiwiiiaiiitutiauiiu. ( ( ei c. pars: Df.va..CiiVR 5ncusi.lCD-- .('. A " V1""" WARM AWAITS YOU PLENTY c OF i 04C. Cftc. CO. ( ji . Co. Ot)a. C. ... j. Racing Every Day PLENTY J;.;.:;....-:' : H.H New Attractions Your Friencjs Will' Be Looking For You ::.::::::::: :::itii::;iilli:iIIIIIIIS : z?ZT ' ...:.;:t. :.:.::. :....... . .o. y OF ..?.-- SHADE t1?): AND 11 11111 . WATER 11 isgasiMwawwtwwBwwwtwawtUlfaU - ZlZC'srtZii ' fi't:;.;ji ;::;;,...;:;:;:::;;;: ;; ::::.:::: i i l.llliz ' Dare Devil Oliver itii: ' 111 ;:::::;;ttltt4i ' ;;;:. " I.JC Li visas TON. " J. A. Oraary who has been contiped to his room for sojpe time is able to tx; out agaiVi" Judge Calo way was in London .Monday. Mr. and Mrfl. J. P, r om Neighbors have reiurnf-tuisville. Mr. and Mrs. Geo, ,J,?nUins are visiting at Boston, fvy.. Ibis .veek. The little child d of Mr. and Mrs. James Philbeck the past week with a very painful hand caused from a is very sick. bruise. We understand that the Mrs. Geonria McClure and I locals 88 and 8? Prof. W. R Dickcrson are at- coach during.Tie- will carry a Mtr Vernon tending thp te'achers institute at Fair' for the accomodation of all Mt. Verpon. E. L. Cpckrell has that wish to attend. There were bad a lot of work on his store sprvices held here on the streets house and. repainted it snow for a couple of days, by a sect white. Mrs. A. Taylor is visitknown as the Salvation arrny ing relatives in EniisviJle. Jas. and they had good crowds and Owens has been sntferincf for beiutiful music and from tfl re J:-- M. . V ..... T - ' EVERYONE IS GETTING READY FOR ports preached the biblp. Jas. they are going there will be a L3YEL GBEEN. Ppynter moved his family to 'good crowd. We will be glad to Pittsburg Wednesday to take know that the first Mt. Vernon Fair la the talk Mt. charge- - of that section.; Mr. and Fair-wa- s. asu ccess.r We ..are of The town.Vernonand everybody now' the Mrs. R. J. Lemonds and little going to have a lively race for both old and young are preparing daughter, Elizabeth are visiting school trustee in this district. to attend. Mrs. H. H. Isaacs and in Paris Tenn There are three candidates, E R. Gentry, Sect, of the Mt. Hiram Witt, W. H. Cottongim two little daughters have been Vernon Fair was in our town and J. P. E. Drummonds, Let's visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Saturday. August 7, a and 9th try to elect the one that has the Poynter, at Leroy, this week. J. are the days of the big Mt, Ver- interest of the school children at Harve Brown has returned frou a non Frir and if all go that claim heart and one that is a friend to two weeks visit witti friends at: Bridgeport Ind. education. Wm. McGuffey, ofj Mr. and Mrs. Estill Price andj: EZESHaKFl Stanford was here from Satur- little son Clyde were"in Mt. Ver day until Monday visiting his non last ' Friday. Most all th sister. Mrs. T. J. Omary. There wheat in this community-habeen were services at the Baptist thrashed and was a better crop church Saturday evening and than most of the farmers exSunday conducted by the Rev. pected. T. J. Brown has returned Duke. They are contemplating from Florida, he will likely he holding a three weeks revival located at Somerset for a few beginning this week. H. W. months, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bowman who is "making his home Davis, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunat Cruse Ferry was here Sun- day last with Dr. and Mrs. 6; B. ! t THE -- s Saturday. Miss Ora M. Blown who has bees confined to her imb five weeks with ' Malara is and will be able to take charge of her school Monday. Clay Thompson was fir Mt. Vernon last Saturday on busines.--- F; E. Gentry spent a part of last week with homefolks. 4Jr. W?J. DeBord will start this week for McAlester Okla., to visit his daughter, Ux&Z W.v H. Bfowh. fr B. CiwMiBa.iWAa-bec- n in. poor health for time continues about the same. --There will be services at Poplar Grove next Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead Ky. e t - - -- - A Fair For the People an&BY the People . !SmSaaSB3SBeSt'rSZU2zfiS iiPr. "- -- " '.rrjsa! Our Fair Is Your Fair Exhibition is for you Mr. Farmer. We have no pets, but guarantee to give to every exhibitor his just rights. . A PLACE TO SPEND YOUR VACATION. Come and make This Not a Dull Moment U..JUIU 1 mingled with exciting events, that will be pleasure for all A ffw dlysuZ; W During the Fair FREE Attractions the best to be had the-rnnsic- BAND CONCERTS DAILY If you are not interested by the exhibits, surely you will eqjqy , n the day and Monday. J. E. Woodall of London, was in our city Tuesday. Russell Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, was here Tuesday advertising a show that will exhibit in Mt. Vernon the lntter part of this week. R. W. Bales of London was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dicker-so- n and son, Earl, of Paris, after spending a few days- with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walton has returned home. of Mrs. Andrew Yaden, Etowah Teun., and Mrs. James McReynolds, of Knoxville, are visiting Mrs. J. T. Omary. Mrs R. A. Whitehead, of LwiUwrgi Tenn., who, i$ voting Mt-- Geo. Pope is. qn. t.e sjek. Jist, Mr-s, Os,car Aygenbrjghtj and ohUdren -- are Qn visitg G r Cin,oinnEti this mro Man VBkAft in His daring Feat3 of the Air, or v m with their grand Free exhibition of TEN Free Acts TO the Ring, something exciting W 43 ) A a..k aiM wuiui bccuig every uurty mmutes.jg Our shows will be the best and most interesting ever seen at this Fair. We cannot tell you what there will be here for you this year, space forbids, but come and see for yourself, meet your friends. They will all be here; renew old t4 Am ft?v - - Vfl acquaintances and make new ones. Bring the whok family; there is no one to whom this year's Fair will not appeal A world of novelties and fun, features upon features never to be forgotten. Never before has.such an exhibition been witnessed in the mountains of Kentucky. You cannot afford to miss it. N v Rioe who has hean the sick ftst is some setter. 0 C. Howell the restaurant man was in Brodhead latter part of last week.- - Little Miss Rissie Oliver is spending a few days at Mt. Vernon with relatives. Atty, C. C. Williams, of Mt. j Vernon, was here between trains Sunday. Dr. R. G. Webb informs us that he is determined to move to Pine Hill as he has the position as company physician and that it will be to his interest to go and he will move there as soon as an office can be put up. Well Dock may success crown your efforts wherever your lot week E.- - may be cast. An ordinary case of ' diarrhoea can, as a rule, be cured by a single dose of Chamberlain's Coli c Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This remedy has no superior for COM-- E ONE! COME IS THE it& AUG. 14, 15 & 16 ADMISSION ALL!! -- The DATE - is .ONLY XWENTY-BrVE.xk . 3 BIG DAYS ilUi CENTS CmC bowel''cpkitr .DMfc; ."- Fwrfiile" - Scenting Danger, Backs Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. 0. j. Cars Away Just Before Mullins visited relatives at Ocala Cave-I- n Occurs. a part of last week. Louisville, Ky., July anrd. Mrs. Ellen Brown attended the Crew and passengers oi a Louis- burial of her niece, Mrs James ville, Henderson and St. Louis Ohaney, at Plato last Sunday. Mrs. Sallie A. Long who has been train, which left here on Sunday visiting her brother Mr. W. F. night for St Louis, returned DeBord here has returned to her yesterday with an interesting storv home at Quail. Miss Katie Price of vmusual experiences. Thirty who is teaching school at Mullins miles out the passenger's engineer Station spent Saturday and Sunday saw the rear end lights of another with her mother her?. Miss Jala trainia- freight, the progress -- o Thompson was with xi sistar Mrs. which was stopped by a landslide. Eagineer Bush succeeded in C. T. Riddle, at Walnut Grove. otday last week. George Hasty checking "his train "upon a trestle afld family speat Sunday with Mr, over Otter Creek, 'and wnt far. Tiard in ram to investi and, Mrs. J. L. Hasty.---M;- rs. J. Brown and daughters, gelou jand gate. .Theiage.ludsooneaed Annie visited her --n.atf.er Mrs.. the eirlh walls- of k cut' tiatv the E. Mulhns, at Withers, from whole hillside fell just as the Saturday until Tuesday. 0V L. "freight was passing, cVwpleteljr.J a Hatcher and family have moved burying a large part of and.bverttarning both etgin&7"ani; back to their farm here. Miss tender. Georgia Gentry is spending-'thEngineer Bush fesayedthet to week with her grandmotherKere. back" his trajn tov LowSvllleT but O. H. DeBord who has been working at Mt. Vernon has re- had ao niore tha stkc'ed when turned home. The school at this the hillside, he had;sctirceV pa sed place is p;ogressing nicely, the slipped down upon thi trackri children think they have an extra Volunteers ,Went both .ways to good teacher. John Thomas who telephoaes, and a reckg train P has been so low with typhoid fever sent out fr6m tXojiisvillel kept a is improving ome nbw and it Is large force, busy fcbe re of the hoped that he will soon be up night and4 well' intt 'the morning.Coadoctor StiteaV Wd hu ioo again. We have been 'nformed that pasi5eageis tothe faeirlst Jars Bro. Roberts will assist in :the houses lor breakiaM, k was kte in the! day :Wb r tW revival at Friendship this fall and . w it will likely begin about the last trenched LouktUU reArtk tickets mi l.-- -t -..A.M. 6f August. H. C. Jones and C W. Owens are working at Iford, Ky. Mr. Cecil Plumer ''and bad mmm aaeapei from family of Quail and Miss Telma a tliiraillfiioV eHrnlfeti . Bright oi Louisville speat Suh.cUy at the home of Wm, HufsA.-Mic.Onr IcHaw Moilie, Owens aad Mrs. Grace . WASHOUT WRECKS TRAIN; PASSENGER ESCAPES. L. H. & St. Louis Engineer, 4r l - thel-.ttai- e -- -- - -- M Uc , tn. s gto-- y "r Myfc" Vj t jM YT &0m mw&SKym&jsm ri m. . . ml li v fco.. - Hv-.- . r -- rrrrro Aug. 2 1912 , '-- tt MT. VERNO.N SIGNAL Friday, H'gig2 !.., , - I . ,.,,,-ffn- r .,..,--,- - l " - hi rm ti, nratfferyTMTW ti'Vwi m-1- - - - NOMINATION ' Nam P. O . BLANK VOTES Published. every Friday by COOD FOR 1nOOO EDGAR S.- - ALBRI&HT. Y.EAR5" List ot candidates nocv in the , uum hi won: tor Uie j.iano given away oy B. O. Audertou & .Son . mi incic t.iiuum De one nuulred or more by next week. The list i fii r . 11 nivc in ' Name of Contestant No. votes. . 111, UBSCRiPTIOli 'ONE $1.00 Lillie Hiat Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry B 5Me 59'4 41-1 4 ll7 Advertising rates made hiozvti on application Hamlin SEND US Yomi ORDER FOR Snllie Reynolds Mary Proctor Etta Cable 1000 1000 ioco 1000 1000 1000 MKMBKR OF KENTUCKY PRBSS ASSOCIATION Minnie Hiatt Clyde Win son Dollie Johnson Eva Albright- Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright ... i.. iono iivicKs j , S C) ItVinMt.l nu3 o XJCiltl.l u,.. 1. ell ."umn Saturd ay ami was present at a ..A lliefmiur nf thu- liw.ni ttUU Lt..,. "O "v.cll " Board ot Hlealth doctors who art. tiiakmg a six weeks war 011 the uuuh. worm in ivnov couii'v. One hundred and twenty patents were at this mteting and received luMructioiiM, after lets wer- - in and the malady jouud to be prtent ancj treatments were given Jor it ' eradicition. No charges are being m ide lor the work done during the six week's., More than three hundred ca,ts bave been treated (aud cured during the past thre , , OL-ll- C """"""" remHi n ja. iaHftiBMBaMHaiiflBBK A TTG 7.8.9 IS THE BIO IT VFRIN AND FAIR wuii . . Hundreds nion- - n 1987 iollow. 1102 1000 4195 .'4S4 lf)20 IOOO Gertrule Al&rtia Susie Cabel Mary Lsai Reca Brooks, Bessie hhiveJ Rilda Chandler Katie Price Ethel Payne Pearl L'mcell Annie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Pertha Bustle Koberta Brown Blaneh How 11 -- WITHERS Crops are looking Sue and there MI5 IOOO IOOO TOOO is no search' of garden vegetables. D. N. Welsh was through this part last week. Mrs. J. J. Brown and two daughters, Misses ZA ma and Anna, ot Level Green, are with her mother, Mrs. K. Mullins and other relatives of this place Victor Price and sister, Miss Katie who are teaching White Oak and Red Hill schools, v.sitedbomefolks at Level Green, Saturdaj' and Sunday and attended teachers institute at Mt. Vernon this week. Mrs. Tlios. Daugherty visited her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Durham Saturday night and Sunday. Miss- Pearl Anderson visited her grandmother Mrs. E. Mullins la week. Miss Mary Durham who has been spending the summer with her father Rev. Thos. Dhuram ot this place has returned to her borne in N. Y. City.. Mrs. Green Gabbard is verv sick at this writing. 'Bob Mullins and sister Miss Sallie, attended church at - IO52 4 160 IODO Our Dudley Sands arc Superior for all kinds of Concrete Work and for Building Sands 5194 1366 Winchester Granite Brick Co. Jnc WINCHESTER, KY. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF, Bli:,ha Bllllck, the clever har- was here Mondav j "ess salesman, THF UNITED STATES ' closingsoine deals. He says lie For thb Eastern District ok anxiouslv await3 each ifcSueoftbe KENTUCKY. sig.vai. to ascertain what "old In the matter 1 Cull" has done or will do ncc. of A bankrupt It is difilcult to predict what th Samuel Miller, j next stunt the old rascal will get off blU he is never idle in the line Stanford. Kv., July, 26. igi2 the rebels" to A, meeting of the creditors of the froin -- j muse nearly uave perijeiruing iihnof nnmpH lm h9G uaan judged Bankrupt, will be held at Jackson smile of his. the office of the Referee, Staniord Kentucky on the "6 day of Aug. Many visitors will regret to learn at 9 o'clock A. M. to elect that Cull McClure Ins withdrawn 1912 a Trustee for the estate of said from the mule races at the fair. Bankrupt and, for the transaction He i kicked" on one of the rules ot other business as mav'come be ' that required him to stand hitch d fore the meeting" Comply with 'by a rope halter' while races were Sec. 57 of the Bankrupt act con-- 1 not going on. He had no proof of claims, other-- ticular objection to standim; in wise your claim can notbeallowed. 'a stall, hut no rope halter goes with . Ibim. J. N. Saunders, , Referee in Bankruptcy. i J IIIO 1335 Oilie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Rosa Erown 1090 1051 3923 K.OC IOOO 1 Dortha Owens Annie (Jass Mattie Adams Emily Sutton Brodhead (Jraded School Belle Kincer Birdie Johnson Florence Harris Delora Boyd Oilie Brock 150 IOOt 193' T207 I5S7 2925 070 4037 102.5 II 00 IOOO Fir VJew will be services "laf :sR4d" Hill Sunday conducted 13' Rev. Parker Willie the little son of Mrs. Jas. Roberts uho. has been verv sipk is .Sunday.--The- re ' Bertha Brown Bessie Brown Every new ubscriber t Signal gets 1000 votes and 500 votis. the even-renewa- l Some very impor ant discoveries have reeii made bv th- doctors which "shorts a close con IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR nection between pcdigiu ..nd the hookworm and other interesting medical poiuters that will prove iueatimaoie value to the world. Tnrouyli and in the work is louud our own Dr. M. Pennington, riirnt at the head of ihe medic d profession in th'.S disease fighting squad with his vast experience md medical knowledge doing a great work that will some dav be A'ntten in history as the doctor ting one of the original ami ZClW&ZV&3iaZZ2i2&$ successful practitioners m the ' .tiidy and tre.itmeut of the hook-- ! . vorm The doctors I oreseut and making the fight in nox are Pr J. N. McCormic . and Dr. Lillian South ol Bowling Green and Dr. Lock of Barbouis-vilie- , ot the Rockefeller Commission with two microscopists. k 7 E MAKE an earnest SKEMIiD TO GIVE HIM A effort to accomodate, all NEW SlOAlACH. classes, Our aim to make 'I sufiered intensely after eating nd no medicine or treatment 1 this in every respect the tried seemed to do me any goc.d" Ikoit.k's hank; .1 bank where vrites H. M Ycnngpcters, Editor all may feel at home- - a place ) The Sun, Lake View, Ohio. The first fe.v doses of Chamner- where those of moderate means .uu's Stomach and Liver Tablets may expect the same treatve me surprising relief and the cond bottle seemed to give me ment as those more favorably nw stomach and perfectly good situated. health". For sale by Chas C. WITH T'S. 1 AVIS' rPIHTS J mkmty and fn'ri I unnhPQ 011 UriilKS 1 mal-.idy- The eop e Bank ""BANK par-cerni- ng 1 Children Ory FLETCHER'S C A3TQ R A FOR 1 US" P. U. O. BAKI5R. President. J.IMC. DKLT.M.MOND, Vice.-- F.L.TIIOMi'SON.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.As.Vt. Cash. NEUMONIA DR. KING'S A cornet bai d Iro.ni Virginia Heft me with a frightful couch and consistkig of little barefooted very weak. Ihadsnellswhen rnnnlrt negroes whose ages ranges irom P hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes, jiiy A ijiue, uui, a was doctor could not help Sl E A well known Des Moines seven to twelve years are starting StePSm eompieieiy cured oy For Infants and Children. iserable! They wuraan aiw sununng 01 'Kentucky. oni'tour . ."r tWO days from bowel com- - Tho VnA m Hni'fi AlWRVS Rmiffhi ' plaint, was cured by pne dose of ' C ry Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Bears the T" r7 Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. . 'FOR FLETCHER'S Uiarrnoea Remedy. i'or sale by bigaaturef -- cafy K424 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. TAD!iT S$; A bottle of ardent spirits floated across 'lie Atlantic in a little over two years. Cull McClure was there at tlie shore and nabbed it. He luu1 sufficient patience and leisure tosi'diwi on the pebbly THE Lt. PEOPLES' Yerxox, - BANK Kv. Children mw Discovery &&S25&I C ATO R Women's Low Cut Shoe I A KJbas. C."Dais. I and ain1 wait for the next one. 11 you aie luciuieu to worry today, stop and think of the worry ing ycu duly-sterdaand how: A little it amounted to. Si y ':c;cca'3 GRANVILLE OWENS SS 1 J: A TEXAS WON md bladder troubles, D1C R. UNDERTAKER The Cexas Wonder cures kidnev removing "i ravel, cures diabets, weak and n lame backs, rheumatism and all ori regularities of the kidneys and n bcty men and women. Reeu- - A ates bladder troubles iu chibren. vf fnotsoldby your druggist, will esent by mail on receiot of M 5i.oo. One small bottle in two 'lonths treatment, and seldom fiiisto perfect a cure. Send for '"tunonjals from his and otl er Dr. E. W. Hail, 2 26 ates )live street Louis, Mo. Sold by Jrutgist. g-C- 98c THEE '"'Women's Low Cut Shoes Brodhead . Ky L.liNi- to m AA -- SteSESI'TSS aitia i,r,3 r!grrpSr fy 4SSfiSBfeZSRffiW i? 4 1 COMFLiIvrW Coffins, l- l.i: m& 'H3i a j Caskets and Robes, ?: Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled. -- 'rfrf&ztrVrrr.i - lc3to8c5.Dcp 'wKaaaa wrasKsaasjEasBraiis &J&AJK ..; m ;. 13, if .&&ze CONT ! UE EEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you will always find listed the bet of goods which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjiright are the kind of ' goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our1 customers the very best goods possible for the, money. ' PKlCES CUT DEEPER .,for the GREATEST SALE RECORD of the SEASON WWill sif Nfe o Tfie Big Sale on ClotHing for the first few days have been and This is a chance of a greater than we ever expected life-ii- me GliiOTHI Men's'Firie Suits, Price24.75 ti Knee i .: . means the greatest saving ever offered by us or any other store in Mt Vernon, Come and bring your friends Sale Price Sale Prlce j ..' ,. ' 20.00 17.50 12. yb JO-50 2.95 Price a II '1 ki LL nf Iffk fi v Fce 15.00 Price IO.OO SalePrice SalePrice Sale Price 9 98 , 1 I 1 in 4" 98 U Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance in the future I am Yours very truly v JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon Ky r. , 11 M CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS . .X-- ' 5 ' Htj. t, A iU w K WflhrJorfbcC X ! iSkA.. mXjL s.i V-- l r. & ,-- r - r i-- - mtttomUtitfttm mmiimiitmriammmmmmmmmummSmmmtt r mimimSmmmBmmm tmmiZ.- - M MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. Jy 2, 19 12 Communl. y oti wan tto SIGNAL cote wlih :n 17 c 1,-- Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 nortn nortn south South Phone No. 8. 4.46 pm am 3:53 a m ":38 a m 12:19 Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as eecond-clas- s PERSONAL Jess and John Fish were in Brod-heaTuesday evening? Miss Ruth Mullins is visiting in Lebanon Tct. this week Mrs. Julia Azbill of Winchester is the guest of Mrs. Ann Fish. Miss Susie Thompson leaves today for a visit to friends in Louisville. Russel Brown of Stanford, is spending a few days with relatives here. Lovick Thompson was here vesterday from London on business. Luther Mullins is here from Lebanon Jet., ready lor the Mt. Vernon Fair. Miss Alice Ward, of Livingston, is the attractive guest of Miss Myrtle Bryant. Cecil Weiderhoe will leave Sunday for a visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Mrs. John Cress was here Sunday from Preachers ville visiting her sister Mrs. Hiatt. Miss Jessamine Cook is here from Somerset the guest of her aunt, M's. G. M. Ballard. Joe C. Baldwin representing the State Dept. of Agriculture was here during the Institute Frank Mullins was down from London Tuesday and says he expects to attend the Mt. Vernon ' f V I will be at the Mt. Vernon Fair on Thursday Aug. 8, ' everywhere you go you'll see a lot of well-dress- ed to buy aged mules from 3 to 6 years. Anyone haying a good fellows an$ you'll to look as well as they do fairs. It will be a big surprise when inuje for sae please meet we there The price of irish potatoes here you first look upon Mt. Vernon on that day. J. M. Cress. has dropped from 2.20 per bushel Fair grounds, to see how well to tjocts. and everybody can now everything is arranged throughout Notice:- - To tax pavers, your 'taters. have tax for 1&12 are due. Please call fn the premises. well-dress- ed -e . one among fellows if you'll come to this the The Woman'- Club will have a Keep your eye turned toward and settle at once, and sa- cost. test tent at the Mt. Vernon Fair Brodhead. The Flying machine The penalty will be added as the your new Clothes, Shoes and Furnishings store grounds, for the comfort of the man in his trial flight before the law directs. like our clothes and our prices too J. T. Niceley, ladies attending the fair. Fait will no doubt be where he can Sheriff, Make our store your headqnarters when you come to Once, therewas a brajgart who be seen from any point in Rock- " Rockcastle County. Fair. boasted that he feared neither castle. and daughter, Edith, God or man, but as a matter of Mrs. Oats Dare Devil Oliver, the high The Ro kcastle county's teachers institute, has been in session this and sons, James and Kenneth, are course his wife was a woman. diver with his" diving dog week. While we have been unable visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. T. This will be your last chance to arrived yesterday and will have to attend any ot the sessions yet Francis. "Look have Eberhart take your picture everything in readiness to do their Dee Bryant, L. & N. conductor this season, better take advantage daring acts daily on the Mt. Ver- we hear it from all sides, tint the for says he intends to take a rest and of it while you have the chance. non fair grounds from a hundred meeting under the instruction of Prof. Sharon, has been both pleas bring his family to the Mt. Verthe foot tower. ant and profitable, Remember the Local carries non Fair. Sign Prof. J. O. Gill will make a Col. John Miller says Lancaster passengers from Corbin and all Hoagland Hippodrome to be balloon ascension each day of the of the and Garrard county will be well intermediate points to the seen at the Brodhead Fair is a each day. Notice Mt. Vernon, doing the triple Fish" represented at the M f. VERNON very extensive show this season in these columns. parachute act using three paraprinted schedule FAIR next week. chutes in each descent at a carrying its own special train, and W. H. Pres Chas. C. Davis and Construction on R. A. Welsh's time, cutting aloose three times some twenty horses, chariots, equipments most up to date. The Fish were in Berea yesterday at- new dwelling under charge of the Its a big attraction. E2I boosting the veteran builder Neal Parrett tending the fair and best riders in the country will be Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Suttan, and. Any one desiring to make a with them, and their attractions children, of Kansas City, are here assisted by Fred Hayes, S. S, tft. Vernon Fair. is flight in the ''Air Ship" during wi)l be great. qn a visit to relatives. Mrs. Beulah'King, of Norman Dailey and Sanders Fish, Miss Mary Ellen progressing nicely. Dee Ramsev the Brodhead fair, will please Okla., and sister, The W. J. Sparks Co., has The Kaypee people at Piue Hill write the Secretary, He will carry Wallio. were here during the we ek is doing the brick work. installing the second will be ready to begin shipment finished one passenger "each flight if de with Mrs. O. F. Wallin. An abundance of fine sparkling crusher plant at Sparks Quarry. of coal about August 20th. Lloyd Marel is with hotnefolks "Shady Spring" drinking water, sired. Now is your chance for a The latest crushers are the most to the clouds, I take this means of announcing to the for a few days from Livingston with ice will be furnished all at free ride If you cannot go to both Fairs, powerful machines thai the he has been working as Mt, Vernon Fair grounds, drawn where Tho Air ship man will arrive at company has installed. With all Brodhead says you better come public I have returned from the xtfi operator for past two weeks. from covered vessels through Brodhead several days before the their adder1 machinery and the in- there, for there will never Misse Anne Tate, Virginia faucets with plenty of individual Fair, in order to get ready for hie creased output of the various plants be an "Air ship" in Rockcastle city where I purchased a car load of high and drinking cups for those who forget exhinitkn. anyone doubting his which are being run night and day county again. IMauche Crawford Davis, grade coming wi'l only have to call or it is impossible to supply the deMessrs. W. H. Miller, W. H. Fish to bring theirs along. which is now on The Signal man will be on hands write any acquaintance in Brod mand for ballast, concrete stone were in Brodhead and Vic Tats exhibition in large ware room for inall three days of the Mt. Vernon W'tn bumper crops in field and head or near there before the Fair Sunday. and sand. orchard, the pushing of the K. P. begins. and Brodhead fairs, and if you have Mrs. R E. Thompson ftnd spection I showing the most up-to-d- ate at Pine Hill, add the that past ' due subcription ready tp. Lccal Fi eight Train leaving Homes, were works daughter, Mr. Lillie "Old Cull" saysjts possible he various crushers and quarries and best line of furniture ever brought 5.40 a. ra. will handle coach to pay him, please don't forget to, here from Crab Orchard Springs may be fopljsh "but "be d running full tip?e, some of them 2$f. yernon Fair, e.very day, of bring the dollar with ypu.. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.- Win. Bed room suits Davenports to double time and everyone busy, sapped if he can be persuaded tp fajr, August 8 and fjth. . The. Poynter. Ljgh.tenin g struck the residen.ee prosperous times jn pujr do any high, jumping from Dare sphedule is as jollows? indicates Z?vAsJ lT11tnO cntfc tiAirlir atrAr.V 1 Couches Dining .tables Center tables J?evjl piiverjj jpo foot tower exof Dr. M, Pennington at Bertha one county Leave Cprhin 540 a, m. man, woman and child around day last week. Mrs.. Pennington cept he is furpished whji .someLondon Chairs Rockers Wardrobes Safes in fact .o Mullins Station and even over in who v?as at ,work with a sewing fat feather Dave Devil Oliver, the Champion thing like sev0nty-ftv- e gast Bernstadt 7.Q0 (ackson county are coming to the High Diver, who will dive frpm beds to land upon.. machine was severely shocked and every thing in the furniture line needed to . Qa?el Patcfc 7.22 Mt. Vernon Fair. prostrated for some hours, but a tower 104 feet in the air each , Ljvingstop Rflund trip from Lebanon Junc8.1$ furnish and beautify your home has recovered. Earnest Thompson (jarhead) hsts day at the MT. VERNON FM tion Ky. Richmond Ky.. Greens-burg- , S.!Rks ( 8.25 declined the offer of a lucrative is in town and if ther.e are any Fair week. Pine HjU - Remember we have Carpets 8.38 t y.', Jelliu), Tepp,, Middles-borposition with a Kansas City, Mo., "doubting Thomases" they may A Gala time, Ky., and intermediate staArrive Mt, Vernon q.oo a. m. crusher company and will continue see him any timp at jbhe Hotel tions tp Mt. Vernon, only to Xmas week. and a large and well selected assort).. Aug. 7- - Qar leaves Mt. YerpoQi ?.oo p. m. Second wish the Sparks Co. or on the streets with the high and oth., limited to Aug. Attractions for the grown ups, 11, at ment Fred Owpps piloted the old good music, fun for the children. Miss Martha Sparks has return- diving dog one fare plus 2p cets minimum Rambler auo to Crab 'Qrchrrd. a Lay aside the cares 6f harvest, ed from a visit to her aunt, Mr?. this space each week for prices; Dr. W. F. Carter a very promis- 50 cents.' On aepbunt pf pounly since fpr Lancaster domestic duties, come in and join B. J. Bethurum of Somerset, she fair Mt. Vernon, y. Poach will few days ing young physician of Brodhead wilt interest you was accompanied by Misses Lena parties who had purchased the the throng of merry makers. Have claims the honor of receiving from be on local freight train, north from mf chine from the 'owner at this a good time, it only comes once a McClure and Amelia Cook. Supt. E. E, Snyder of the L. & N. Corbin, to Mt. Vernop and on lo- place. It took Fred lg houis to year, put your cares behind you Fullen Francisco the Brodhead R. R, Co,, an appointment as the cal train south from Mt, Vernon make the- - 13 miles. It is claimed for the once and enjoy yourself hotel man who has the dining room Companies surgeon at that place. to Corbin, during the fair and pas- he passed through Crab Orchard to the limit. The managers have pi ivilege at both fairs will be on Knowing the R, R. Company has sengers will be carried in these oa three wheels, engine working spared neither time, trouble norex-peusthe Mt. Vernon fair grounds Mon- none but the best, it speaks very coaches. Train due to arrive from j one fide, muffler gone making to make the show worth day morning completing arrange- high of the Doctor to be recogn zed Corbin 9.00 a. in. leaves for Corbin a noise that could be heard three your while. Come in and encourments. as their surgeon. We are glad to 2.o9 p. ra. miles; many horses left town and age them by your presence. Be op, Mrs. Ellen Hiatt pent-- a part of see the doctor make good in his Cuts and bruises may be healed citizens took themselves to storm hands and see the splenfllfl new the week With her sister Mrs. Cress. chosen profession, as we under- - in about ouethird the time re- king a cyclone was on and fair grounds, ippn Mrs. Hiatt will as soon as her staad be has an excellent practice quired by the usual treatment by cellars thin says 'it was tough which they y give exhibitions time acquaintances, and having a ment'for every body, jegaj business is wound up, go to live and no doubt that the R. R. applying cnamberiain s Liniment. tap. Fred good Hme. enough without exaggerating the Some of tnem are ex- - )l? eir inclinations. with er father, Mr. J. J. Smith, , . made a ca'se, but would have Uke.9 Many, visitors are heje, from pecting to see YCUtlere, dp not aad Mrs. Retta Hiatt will live with choice, in selecting a man to This liriimpnt olco CVmp fn .. anrl . fiennnninfr tt-through it tteriafl tyjd. tp.kich far and near, from neighboring her grand daughter, Mrs. Harve handle the interest ot the compan'' FOR FLJ ness 0f tjje muscles and rbeamatjp himself to the .'machine ad'dragit counties and from neighboring bring the children and spend the' Bowmaa. in and around Brodhead. pains. Fer sale by Chas. C. Davis. in. entertam; JX states, all bent 06 renewing old dav. There is ample Dr. E. J. Brown was up from Eberhart the Picture man is in town lor the fair.. Stanford, Wednesday. Dr. M. Penninzton was called There will be a first class mery- t Big Hill country Tuesday to see at both fairs. Mrs Linda Rader who is dangerPenny Pictures 25 for 25 cents ously i.l. at Eberharts Studio Vair week Misses Harvy May and Francis only. James, ofRichmond, are the attracSowders lunch stand is the place tive guests of Miss Blanch Crawto get your hot lunch and cole ford, during the fair. drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Carter McDowell of East Bernsladt, visited Mrs.' Plenty of amusements and good McDowell's parents Mr. and Mrs. music at Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. 7, 8 and oth. S. S. Daily, here last week. Dr. Laswell is at Brush Creek to Come every day to the MT his mother who continues VERNON FAIR. Bring the sie very ill. This is the fourth trip ctuldren. the doctor has made from Kings J, Fjsh is selling more good Mountain within last two months. clothes than There ever before. Dr. Monroe Pennington, South must be a reason. Eastern Kentucky's noted medical practitioner was here and at other Stop at Noe & Davis' for soft points in the county Saturday drinks, fruits and cold .lunches last. He will be here to attend while going to and from the fair. the tirst three days of Mt. Vernon Round trip Lancanter Si. 20 Fair to meet old friends. Aug. 1 i2, lmited to Aug. 14th. On account of Colored fair, LanLOCAL caster Ky. TWO WEEKS ONLY UNTIL One fare plus a quarter to the THE BRODHEAD FAIR. Brodhead Fair Aug. 14 to 16 It's hard for a man with a Special coach on local from Corbin to arrive at 9:30 o'clock. grievance to stick to the truth. Every body that has spare room Eat and play pool with Sowder will please notify Chas. C. Davis on Main St. next door to Fish's as we are going to have a A telphone will be installed in at once, large crowd Aug. and 9th. office Mt. Vernon secretary's Every body is saying the Air Fair. ship man will doubtless get Noe & Davis' is the place to get your soft drinks, fresh fruits and killed in one of the many flights made at the BRODHEAD FAIR. cold lunches. Stock water a plenty will be Some men aie a great deal more found on Mt. Vernon Fair grounds successful in concealing their brought there by steam pumps of yellow streak than others. W. J. Sparks Co., from Shady The hotel, boarding houses and Spring. restaurants are preparing to take The Brodhead Fair will likely care of the crowds next week. contract with Saxton & Trost Fish's is the place to get your famous Band of Lexington to new Shirts, Collars, Neckwear and furnish music for their Fair this in fact every thing to wear to the season. go-roun- Call at Peoples Bank, dn yo r way to the Mt. Vernon Fair, ana gjt a souvenir. d your' family, and make your Headquarters at Peoples Bank, durine Mt. Vernon Fair. Fift stables, "complete at Mt. Vernon Fair grounds. Box stalls well bedded and feed in the barns. Round trip, Paris $2 66 Sep1 18 i9-- 2o and 21 limited t. Sept. ,rd. On accouut of Colored Fair, 1 uris Ky. I. P. E. Drummonds l spoken of for school Trusee, at Livings ton, If elected this wil. insure good schools there. Brin I Our grounds are now ready, every thing is complete, for the Big Mt. Vernon Fair, next week. Come every body. Abe Coleman another horse man from the Blue Grass, with a nice string, will be here for the Mt. Vernon Fair,' next week. The usual preaching services, at the Presbyterian Church, will be held next Sunday morning and evening Everybody welcome. Harrodsburg Ky. July 30 1912. Chas. C. Davis, Mt. Vernon, Ky. I will ship six or seven horses Saturday, to Mt. Vernon. W. M. Hughes. Round Aug. i6--i7 7-- 8 trip Iouisville, $5.40 and 18th: limited Aug. 26th. On account of Federation of Catholic societies and Catholic editors. Lets every body clean up in front of our property, and make as good a showing as possible during the fair, now please don't over look this matter. Yours every body. Notice: At the FAIRS And want Notice: YOU CAN BE - for You'll U-n- o THE MT. VERNON FAIR MT-VERNO- THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT. VERNON ANNOUNCEMENT that just FURNITURE my am t be-da- - f-- town o, Mattings' Rugs; j U-n- o. Watch They e. S. U Cockrell LIVINGSTON, KY. 1 up-to-da- te Co-npa- u, &2352S& rw ,. mY- Afa . Chllrl CS . r-- i - -- -. ni a MiflU r jflm nn, ,d tw ik r.- -u .r. u.rj'ju a S ' V V .In Krork drudiferV tdlr the Weak vvofflan.. She bruib6 dusU fidU UtuMi, bt Hfcr back ch WZTi:, .11 dav attenains! to the many detaitS of the nbiitehold;, Pam, p0sbIyd izzy Lj.hcr temTplC.throbbing,nen'cs quivering undc? the n.v K . feelings. Sometimes rest in DeQ s no&TeirestunB, uwuu . i i ""- - norvnuc vnmni is satisfied not permit ol refreshing sleep, ine rem as- Mrs. Bnggs " "I" : and others testify by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and :m -- - asp !betll Getittv Owens BOH Edna and Mbllie here ft were wUh relatives' LIVE Y0UR L1F& We tlduletiiuea wonder of wb t use Vve die, dud v hy w e are put o ' earth. One dav is added tuanothe ' and we seem, to bs no lurther a.l vanctd on the pathway of our lives , As AJaik I wtiu would have ui we i n tint alirwar in h( trainin mi the sceueiy. Vet mere s r om t in the wuil.l, and need in lac wo. Id, .or .acn and every o.ie 01 us, and, tuertlore, ve must keep on going lo the end. Emerson has a. pucin in whicn the squirrel talks to the mountain and sav '"It I caiiuot carry forests on my back ueitder can you crack a nut." You can do something nobody else can do, namely, live your life. You Luve the chance, it you wi.l ouly take it, and I have mine. If we can do something eise .ve can at least be some one's friend, and lucre is nothing that the world more k enly wauts arid , sadly 1 .... to ti, " "s I f " It Makes Weak Wom6n Strong and Sick Women. Well. iatouraieVtSeappctlto and Induces restful sleep. I Saturday and Sunday. Rev. E. M. Armitage tilled his appointment tit Livingston Saturday and Sunday, he is now in Upland Indiana, holding a pro p, w;,r tracted meeting DK Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone lenow wnac his " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of inDo not let any druggist gredients on the bottle-wrappe- r. as good Persuade you that bis unknown composition is just k- m oracr unit lie in y mum iu, "thank Piercj Wittrl.. Tnha' r - Etof$$ ttl Ilfl W I1 . I HSS.BBIOC3. 7or JM. woncferf ul medicines Dr. Buvn. wlilcn navo aone mu a Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. UV I and Mrs, Howell are rejoicing over the ar-- , rival of a ten pound son, chiris-teneGlenice Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith nf Mip Hiatt sectJone witb theh daughter. .. i bunaav uv. in Pine H Ml ry and Billy Holman were in town Monday Mr. d, q Q CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. m 33' I ... .... The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVcgelablePrcparalionforAs-stmilating J I iheFoodandRegula ImgllteSiomarJisartdBoM'dSDf Arthur Anderson of Paris, is with ygig5aggia2as':-,y:rgTrT"gTs- I iiif s ac sga.rarces "MJSrfN i 5ccz ;C5-- i i 1 1 uv tt',1 ' UNDERTAKES mil ur lme of Couch .Caskets if relatives here this week.--Mi- ss Nannie McWhorterof Berea. was in town Tuesday. J esse and John Fish ot Mt. Vernon, attended churchhereTuesdcy night Wallace Haggard attended the Insti tute at Mt. Vernon. Wednesday. (DON Bears the Signature 1 m 1 m ProraofesDfecsttonJCkerfii- - nessandRestontainsrteia- Opiuntlorphine norJlineraL NOT NARCOTIC. flasplia of M K z jr.r V Jiffman Sttd' . Earl Phillips of Wildie, was over !. calling Sunda- - ., Mrs. J. W. Kin-ce- r unexcelled is is visiting in Mt. Vernon, this Hand-mad- e Coffinsfurnished ii! week Will Fish and Victor Tate FTpflrae aonf . -n. ...uuv i nil jjai La ill. i'l ere down from M t Vernon callCk J 1 yrVyivPvffRJVviVy the County ing Sunday evening j. N. Mar low was w t homefolks Sunda.y All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Mr. Tilmau Gilpin of Louisville, was with his sister Mrs. R. H. Ha mm the first of last week. Rev Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY W F Rogers of Louisville, filled his regular appointment here at tho Christian church Sunday Edd Owens was in Mt. Vernon T3 Saturday Homer Wallin was in town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Prewitt, and children Willie Tc-da- y and Annie, and Master Dora Reynolds, of Nina, were the guests of -Mr. and Mrs J. F. Watson last week. W. A. Tyree sold at public YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, auction last Saturday his house but well lived makes every yesterday a dream of haphold and kitcken furniture, and piness and every a vision uf hope. Therefore y not yesterday nor fwill move his family to Alabama, bring your account to in the near future Mrs. Som-mer- s THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Bower, formerly of this place, Then our hope is that all your'moneys will bring you "happibut now of Gleuco, Okla , has ness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations been with friends and relatives with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. here for the past two weeks. Shj returned to her home Tuesday, by BANK MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY the way of Louisville., where she C. C. WILLIMS, President. W. Iy, RICHARDS, Cashier, days with her WU spend r few fp.u.r children, in the Masonic Widows & Orphans Home. Mrs Bowers is to be married in the BltOUHEAD. INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. near future to a wealthy farmer of Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian near Glencoe, Okla., and after her Went to sleep on a railroad track Business was so rushing last marriage, she will take her childand. was killed by the fast express He paid for nis carelessness with week that we had no time to write. ren from the home in Louisville his life. Olten its that way That was the reason no letter ap to her own home, and as the past when people neglect conghs and peared. It was not on account few years have been sad to a wid colds. Don't risk your life wben of the scarcety of news. Attorney owed mother, we hope the remain prompt use of Dr. King's New Claim Agent for the der of her life will be full of hap discovery will cure them and so Warren, Louisville & Nashville Rail Road piness, and that her days may be pi event a dangerous throat or lung trouble. "It completely Cotnpanv, made settlement with many. Mr. Allen Hiatt, and cured me, in a short time, of a Mrs. J. B. Pike for 35o.oo, and daughter Miss Minnie, attended terrible cough that followed a with Etta Cable for $150.00, lor services at Buckeye last Sunday. severe attack of Grip', writes J. injuries received in tne wreck near Miss Carrie Frith is ill with tyR. Watts Floydada, Tex., "and I regained 15 pounds in weight Paiut Lick a few weeks ago. Mrs. phoid at her home near Gum Sulthar I had lost." Quick, safe, re- Pike Is improving slowly, and Miss phur. A. M. Hiatt, and C. A liable and guaranteed 50c. and Cable is able to be out again. Joe Wheeldon attended the Lancaster $1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas. Howard, who lives near here, re- fair last week Mrs. C. C. Cable C. Davis ceived a very painful and rather and little daughter Margaret and Strayed or Stolen: White serious injury last week. He wa her mother Mrs. Robinson, ol and black spotted hound, yellow attempting to get on a moving Danville, were the guests of Mrs around the head, with collar on her wagon when a box turned with Laura B. Cable last week. Mr neck, left my place about June him throwinghim under the wagon, and Mrs Karl Prewitt and familj .29th. '"Liberal reward offered" together with the b'x, and in some oi Garrard County. Mrs N. T. W. H. Gentry, way he caught between the axle Reynolds of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. Spiro, Ky. and the box, and about one fourth and Mrs. Fred L. Dnrham and of his scalp was removed. He was Miss Jennie Davis of Mt. Vernon, ABE FVER AT WAR. attended by Dr. W. E. Gravely. It and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson There are two things everlast- required ten or twelve stitches to and family, were the guests of Mr ingly at war, jov and ipiles. But place the scalp in the proper po- and Mrs. John Robins last Sunday The meeting at the Baptist Bucklen's Arnica Salve will banish sition. Miss Blanch Crawford of auy form. piles in It sootl sub Mt. Vernon spent a fewdays wiih Church is still in progress. A dues the itching, iiritation, in Miss Etta Frith last week. Mrs number are being added to 'the flammation or swelling. It gives J. J. Painter of Lebanon Junction chnrch daily, and we hope that Greatest comlort. invites joy. much good is being accomplished. healer of burns, boils, ulcers, cuts is with relatives here this week. One more week, and the big bruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, Misses Louis Nevius and Harvie fair will begin, and we hope that Ouly 25 cents at Dunn of Danville, returned home skin eruptions. Tuesday, after spending a few days everybody will be in mind that on Chas. C. Davis. " and 16, promises t with Miss .Ettji Frith. kiss Jen- August 14--15 Taken Up:' A sandy colored nie Davis of'Mt. Vernon, was the be by far the biggest days ever sow, weight about 15 pounds, .guest of Miss Clyde Watson Sun- seenin the little town of Brodhead came to my pjace abonf: six weeks day. Mr. and 'Mrs. F. L. Durham Secretary Hiatt is ready, and anx. go, owner cap have spe by pay were with home folks' Sunday. iously waiting for the time to come ing and damage. Mrs. H. E. Christie and Misses wheu he feels that he will win th ulv, i9-- 3t W. M. Arnold, Jr. SIpora and Pearl Hicks, re. pennant as the most successful secretary the fair ever had For Sale: One new six room urned home Sunday ater speud and we feel sure thathashis hope.4 bouse and lot located on Rich ng a few days at Corbi , the guests will not be blasted. Next week is- mood street, just , outside tht if Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pike. io'be the first exhibition of th 1 corporation. For terms apply to. fiss Nerva Hamilton of Lancaster Edgar Mdli.ins. , 1with friends here, this week.- -r "New Mount Vernon Fair", an Miss Elizabeth Tharp has.returned; w& hope that our people will be ii Mt. Vernon, Ky. July 12 4t. tome, after visiting friends and regular attendance. The Mt. Ver relatives in Danville and Louisville. non people hvue always attendee THETRrALS OF A TRAVELER Miss "Mattye Owens and her our fairs in great numbers, and am a traveling salesman,' "I ittle sister Margie were in Mt. now we should show them that we writes JE. E. Youngs, E. Berksbin' ernon, last week. Miss Ida Miry appreqiate their coming into our Vt., "and was often troubled witi Vdamsof Mt. Vernon, wa&in town midst, by attending their fair, and constipation and indigestion till I Saturday. Mr. P. A. Sbelton was help to make the new fair a sue began to use Dr. King's NewLif ces. Steve Proctor npf Mt. VerPills which I have found an ex lown tromSaxton Sunday, Mr. non, assisted by B'RU'Willmotl cellent remedv". For all'Stomact nd Mrs. J, W--. Tate were in Louis--Millast week. Mr. and Mrs R. aniU. B.Cass, is doing some liver or kidney troubles they an buildingfor J. F. Watson thi ciBequaled. Only 25 cents at Chas r. Willmott of Nepton, are with C. Davis. lomefolks this week. Allen Hiatt week. vas in Bee Lick Monday , Miss L'Ajosir Up; A black sow vun Tate and'Walter Miller, were Buy it.now. Now is the tim pounds, came t rfo 'own. from Mt. Vernon Sunday. to buy a bottle of1 ChamlioHuin :ut six weeks agrv rval'Samps6n has returned to bis Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe ' tme by paying Rushville Indiana, after Remedy. It is almost certain t pedim,t week here. Miss Dolly be needed before the summer n cver' n ims iemetJy na DBLTON. sWciia was in Junction Pifif Tiue superior For .sale bv Chas. f t needs. hx. JMCaieasbSx JhnaSen- icrJtcdiue f TV Alt In iai ivi - W. A. COX,: S a Yesterday To morrow TO-DAY to-da- FLYING MEN FALL victims to stomach, liver and kidney trou6le3 ju-- t like other people, with like results in loss ot appetite, backache, nervousness, headache, and tired, listless, run down feeling. But there's no need to feel like that - T. D Peebles, proved Henry. Tenu., "Six bottles of Electrv Bitters"' be writes, di more t: give me uew strength and good appetite than all oilier siuuijoh r.meiiie-- i I used" So they help everjbody. Its folly to suffer when tins great remedy will help you from the first dose. Trv it Only 50 cents at Chas. C. Davis &1 Ancrfect Remedv for Consffe tlon,SourStoinach.Dlarrtoa Worras.ComTils"KmsfevErisS: t J Use For Over ittss ardLoss or Sleep. TacSiniae Signature of ta,W 3 bisK The Centaur Compass; NEW YQKK.. lm VicvS,! Thirty Years aaMSnMl uAu I UK I A Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMt ,, com.Mr. N to errt. to-da- y, Cull McClure's five acre meadow of bottom land was to tall and heavy to cut with a machine and it was found necessary to use corn knives in harvesting Ibe crop. The hay, or rather stalks, were set upoi: end in shocks, like corn gniwinminmmiHmnimnwnifiimmmnimmmmnjnK Wx. VBBHDN DpKET CD. I THE OF MT. VERNON B ta and jh pevines tied near top to hold it. The crop will have to be ut through a shredding machine Too before sto2k can eat it. coarse. Cull has not sworn to the truthfullness of this yarn but says he is willing to do so at any time if any doubting Thomas should demand it. Uncle Tink Mullins' big corn, pu npkins, and potatoes will have to hump themselves mightil to evi n up with Cull's bay crop. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND a 3 j TZ EMBALMERS Mt. Vernon, Ky, :3 OUCH METALI CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. Hearse sent to all points Orders by wire promptly tilled. 3 3 Ess rs 3 S GEORGE OWENS, Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building m anager 112 P J. P. GBEEN PHONE Dentist uuuiUiiiuiiMiiittuiiiiuiuuiiimiuiiiiiimuuuiiiiiiuuiK Over U. G Baker's Store. o Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle oi Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." OS in W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist Mt Vernon, Ky Home and office in the late residence Or. Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St., "Mt. Vernon. Am at my office at all times. -- in o :z3 ' 3? 6 00 O D P T1 C. C. Williams, 1ATTORNEY-AT-LA- CARDUI Are you a woman? WomanlTonlc AM op ST S. M The Bank ot Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor ol 3. C. MoCLl'RY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask four druggist about ft. He knows. He sells it Write fo: Ladles Advisory Dept. CfcatUaoqta Medkiai Co . ChBaooto. Ttn., keck. "Nose Txeaimat totSttdellMtradiBiu. ud U-pa- & lorWoaua." Katirte. J M AM1 PP8P "Stranfofd, Ky. all-co- st CX3C F-rith -- CHAS, C. DAVIS THE DRUGGIST - c I - Q Mount Vernon Monumental ' SAYS e, (Ot 00 WORKS Manufact nrer of 'VlDEALEK Marbles -- Granite Monuments Est in ates fuTaished kinds. on application. and and of all That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.00O-tha- t's genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth 8,000.000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can take an ounce and a quarteaof gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d and make it worth t's money and some of our yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that t's cost foolishness. I might sign my name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't- - be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they ca you as well as Chink t's nonsense-tr- y me. $20.-tha$35.-thabut-tha- e Yours truly C. G DAVIS, -- Mt. Vernon, Ky 4 noay. -- ,first0fthe week.Misses Eliza"! Dftvis. GEO.OENS Propr Pone 112 i . 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